It's been exactly a year and a day since Japan's devastating earthquake and tsunami. So, in addition to all the lives lost and communities swept away in northeastern Japan, it's also been almost a year since the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant was damaged to the point that several of its...
My dad always said that if you couldn't help solve a problem, the least you could do was get out of the way of the people who were working on it. That's why I have deliberately not given voice to my feelings, opinions, off-the-cuff comments and snotty remarks about The...
Got the following short email from our columnist and process control guru, Bela Liptak this morning. If you read our pages regularly, you know that Bela has some pretty definite opinions on the way things ought to be in process manufacturing.
From Bela Liptak:
Received this email from our fearless contributor, Bela Liptak this morning:
Bela Liptak, intrepid cat herder, titled this "Co-authors at work," but we can see that this is clearly a failure of the basic process control system.
Nancy here, sneaking into the blog-posting station again while Walt's not looking.
[img_assist|nid=2464|title=Belas cats|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=200|height=149]Process control legend and long-time Control columnist Bela Liptak has emailed us over the weekend that he's engaged in a new area of research--controlling cats. Over the weekend, he and his wife acquired three kittens from the same litter and are now learning first-hand the reality behind that...
An article in the Times of India Pune edition on November 28 reports that Control columnist and Process Automation Hall of Fame member
Got an email from Walt this morning. "Got home at 7:00 last night. Still dead. Going back to bed now. See you in the morning." So you can expect some good and tasty Walt-isms starting tomorrow.